Asters, black eyed Susan’s, thyme, lavender and feverfew
Autumn beauty sunflower with a happy bee
Blurry borage with bee
Butterfly on a zinnia
So many grasshoppers this year, but also so many plants and birds that I don’t see much damage.
Cosmos and poke
This larkspur made a surprising comeback. It’s amazing what companion planting and ignoring plants will do. Nature knows how to take care of itself!
Riotous abundance, including some of the carrots I’ve let flower (the white umbrels)
Heavily harvested beets ‘n’ greens: once the beets come out, more garlic will go in.
As I’ve thinned tomatoes, daikons have thrived.
Mums the word!
Another abundant and heavily harvested bed of fall and winter greens.
Nearly ripe fairy tale pumpkin hiding among the pumpkin vines and zinnias
Pineapple sage beginning to bloom, with rhubarb chard peeking out.
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